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 Post subject: Proline 3000 power amp
PostPosted: 11 Jul 2016, 07:52 
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Hi,

requesting from someone if have proline 3000 amp please help me to find 4 components values.

two blue colour resistors and two pf caps

appreciate much your kind help. as schematic dosen't have those components ( I have the proline 3000 schematic )


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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2016, 14:05 
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Hi, welcome!

Can you get us a close-up of the resistors so we can read the colour code? Or better yet, here's a chart for you to decode them:
http://www.logwell.com/tech/components/ ... _code.html

As for the disc caps, they very rarely if ever go in an audio-duty circuit. I'd not worry about them. They're probably bypass marked "103" or "104", or pole-zero caps marked "331" or so, right?

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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2016, 19:09 
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Thanks for the reply. But tvomponentsI have downloadedfroM the netreparey amp those vomponents are missing. I gave to some repare shop and instead of repair they have removed and taken those cOmonts for some other amp. I also have the schematic. But those components values are not there. Only if someone have this amp can physically check and update me.


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